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KLB’s annual St. Catherine’s Island Beach Sweep set
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We have received many calls about KLB’s Annual St. Catherine’s Island Beach Sweep, so we have extended the virtual beach sweep till December 31, 2020. If you are a Boat Captain and want to make a difference in your community, you can still conduct a cleanup on your own. Contact our office with the date you plan the cleanup and the number of volunteers you are taking to the island. We will provide cleaning supplies and t-shirts. You can call us at (912) 880-4888 or email us to be added to the schedule.

Each year in October, we focus on our waterways and the damaging effects of litter and debris on our healthy and unpolluted waters. Due to COVID19, we had smaller groups performing cleanups throughout Liberty County on October 24th. It is not too late if you want to be a part of Rivers Alive 2020. Rivers Alive is a statewide effort to preserve and protect our waterways in Georgia. Rivers Alive is sponsored by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division’s Environmental Outreach Program. Rivers Alive events are also part of the international efforts of The Ocean Conservancy.

You can plan to volunteer this year until the end of December. Make a powerful statement about protecting our waterways by planning a cleanup for your company, church, school, family, or friends. Join us as we stop litter in its tracks and before it reaches our county’s water. We all can make a choice to make a difference to keep our waterways clean. KLB still has some official Rivers Alive neck gaiters left while

supply last. You can sign up online on our website www.

On Saturday, November 14, 2020, from 9:00am to 1:00pm, it will be our last Recycle It! Fairs for the year! We have three convenient locations: Liberty County Health Department 1113 East Oglethorpe Hwy in Hinesville Liberty County Community Complex 9397 East Oglethorpe in Midway Walthourville City Hall 222 Busbee Drive in Walthourville Please pay attention to the items we can collect for recycling because it has changed due to Covid-19: Electronics and electronic accessories (For TV’s only flat screen will be accepted) Cell phones and accessories NO Household paint (If you have old paint in containers, please open the cans, add either sand or cat litter and let the paint dry up entirely so that you can then toss the cans in the regular garbage).

Used motor oil and antifreeze LED, CFL’s ( No Fluorescent lamps or bulbs over 4 inches) Car batteries.

Household batteries Printer ink and toner cartridges Telephone books, large sale catalogs, and books Household goods and clothes and shoes (gently used, please) Old prescription medications and over the counter medications (no needles or syringes) Broken and unwanted crayons All volunteers will be wearing masks and gloves, and we ask that you have your recyclables package in a matter that is easy to lift out of your car.

I know for some household items that you may need to get out and help, so we asked that all participants wear masks. We will have some giveaways at each location.

On November 14, 2020, our first Shred-It Day in Midway will occur at the Liberty County Community Complex, 9397 East Oglethorpe. Remember that the papers you bring must be free of all metal and dry.

For more information or to get involved with Keep Liberty Beautiful, please call (912) 880 4888 or email


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